Short Sukhavati Prayer

EMAHO

No-tsar sang-gyä nang-wa ta-yä dang

yä-su jo-wo tug-je chen-po dang
yön-du sem-pa tug-chen tob-nam-la
sang-gyä chang-sem pag-me kor-gi-kor.
De-kyi no-tsar pag-du me-pa-yi
de-wa-chen-she-cha-wä shin-kam-der
dag-ni di-nä tse-pö-jur-ma-tag
kye-wa shen-kyi bar-ma chö-pa-ru.
De-ru kye-nä nang-tä shäl-tong shog
de-kä dag-ki mön-lam tab-pa-di
chog-chu’i sang-gyä chang-sem tam-chä-kyi
geg-me trub-par chin-ji-lab-tu-sol.
TAYATA BENTSA DRI AWA BODHA NA YE SOHA
 
EMAHO        
The wondrous Buddha of Infinite Light.
To his right is the Lord of Great Compassion (Chenrezig),
and to his left stands the Bodhisattva of Great Power (Vajrapani).
All are surrounded by countless Buddhas and Bodhisattvas.
There is miraculous, immeasurable happiness and joy
in the Buddha field called Dewachen.
Instantly, when I pass from this life,
without taking another birth,
may I be reborn in Dewachen and see Amitabha’s face.
Having made this aspiration prayer,
by all the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas of the ten directions,
may I be blessed with unhindered accomplishment.
TAYATA BENTSA DRI AWA BODHA NA YE SOHA